Louis Napoletano
October 24, 1952 - September 13, 2016
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West Long Branch, NJ 07764
Saturday 9/17, 10:00 am

Louis Napoletano, 63, of Long Branch, passed away on Tuesday September 13th with his family by his side at the Monmouth Medical Center. Lou was born and raised in Perth Amboy graduating from Perth Amboy High School. Lou settled in Long Branch after graduating from Monmouth College. He started his career with the Long Branch …
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Helen E Hanna left a message on November 11, 2017:
Sorry to hear that you husband pass away. I enjoy seeming you all at Harry Christmas party. God Bless You All Helen
Julie Guay left a message on September 18, 2017:
Dear Sue, I was so deeply saddened to hear of Lou's passing. Although I did not see him often, his love of family and his pride in his beautiful daughters (and grandchildren!) was always obvious. His generous nature has always been apparent in his service to the community as well as the warm welcome my family and I always received as relatives of Michael. In addition, Lou always treated Mike as a son (as have you) and I have always been grateful that Mike has a second family who would treat him as one of their own. Please accept these condolences from the Guay family. I hope the loving support of family and friends will bring you some comfort during this difficult time. We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers. Julie Guay
Susan Casale DeAngelo left a message on September 16, 2017:
Dear Sue and family, My deepest sympathy go out to you and your family. I am truly so sorry for your loss. I hold many fond memories in my heart of the many times my family and I spent with Lou's, grandparents, Steve and Hedwig and his parents Lou and Heddy and of course my childhood friend, Lou.
The Maloneys of Middletown left a message on September 16, 2017:
We are so sad to hear the news about our favorite neighbor. It seems like yesterday that 3-month-old Jane would sleep soundly on Lou's chest for the entire length of a football game. I think they were both equally comfortable and peaceful. She certainly never slept so well for us! Sue, Katie, Laura and their families are in our thoughts and prayers. Lou was so proud of you all! Peace to Lou and us all.
Albert Rescinio left a message on September 16, 2017:
On behalf of myself, my family, and the Amerigo Vespucci Society I would like to express my deepest condolences to Sue and the whole family on the loss of a great husband and father. As a friend and as a brother of Lou's in the AVS this is a gigantic loss and he will be profoundly missed. May he rest in peace and may you know that he awaits for you in a better place. God bless both you and your family.
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John jones left a message on September 15, 2017:
Lou was a great man he was always there to help me whether I was sick or just needed to talk something over it seemed like he always know how to make A bad situation that I was having a little easier May the angels come and get him and take him to the pearly gates where he Will become an angel and watch over all of us God bless you Louis and God bless your family chief Jones LBFD 2003
Denise buck Gonzalez left a message on September 15, 2017:
Our sincere condolences to the family of lou Napolitano.He was a wonderful man with a good heart.It was a pleasure to have known him.May the family find peace in his passing.RIP lou. Sincerely, Angelo n Denise Gonzalez
Bobby Hoff left a message on September 15, 2017:
Sue and family; I am so sorry for your loss. I will pray that God's love, healing, and guidance; will get you through these sad days. Lou touched many people in his life and those times will always be with them and you and your family. God Bless You All!
Joe Mellaci left a message on September 15, 2017:
Dear Sue and Family, Please accept my sincerest condolences. I know there are no words that can ease the pain but know you are all in the prayers and thoughts of so many of us and that Lou will truly be missed in so many ways. I am sorry that I am away and will not be able to be there at this time but I am there in spirit. God Bless you, Joe
Diane Melody Horrach left a message on September 15, 2017:
Sue, Katie, Michael, Laura & Tim, My deepest sympathy to all of you. I enjoyed chatting with Lou on the dock at the boat club. I imagine Lou and Gil are enjoying cigars together and reminiscing with the others we have lost but will be reunited with one day. Love, Diane Melody Horrach
Drew Winans left a message on September 15, 2017:
Mentor,Friend,Fishing Buddy..many fun times. Now sadness. Condolences to the whole Napolitano Family. Will remember good good times, laughs and catching that big Fluke with you to help ease the loss.
Patti Kelly left a message on September 15, 2017:
Sue and Lauria. So sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Always Patti Kelly
Eddie Plichta left a message on September 15, 2017:
My dear friend Lou and I shared many days together, most on the water, in the outdoors, or with family at countless events. He loved the outdoors and telling stories, which he did often- many times while enjoying a fine cigar. Our shared passion for the outdoors, mutual family values and similar up bringing brought us together. He always looked forward to "opening day", be it trout at Hockhockson, Yellow Brook or Manasquan, pheasants at Assumpink, or deer in Millstone and Howell. The seasons were planned around fishing and hunting with trout in the spring, then bass, weakfish and sharking, followed by fluke and crabbing in the summer and then back to trout, salmon and hunting in the fall. The rest of the time was spent either reminiscing about past fishing or hunting trips or planning our next adventure. He always looked to fish the tournaments and although we rarely placed, we always enjoyed a memorable time. Our outdoor exploits together were many and always included the company of family and friends, as witnesses perhaps, as many stories did tend to become legend over time. He always was there when help was needed. He and his actions as a man defined words such as loyalty, respect, friendship, family. He made us laugh, always made time for others and loved his family. I am lucky to have known him as a friend and being welcomed as family. May we remember him with fond memories and celebrate his life and all the heartfelt gifts he has given to us all
Gina & Steve Egidio left a message on September 15, 2017:
In deepest sympathy... Lou was always ready with a smile, a kind word, and a thoughtful gesture. He will be truly missed. We are very sorry for your loss...
Heidi Seitz left a message on September 15, 2017:
Dear Sue, I was deeply saddened to hear of Lou's passing. You and you children are in my thoughts and prayers. Warmly, Heidi
Richard White left a message on September 15, 2017:
An old friend with many memories that will never fade. It was an honor to be a small part of your life. Until we meet again Lou, rest in peace.
Lisa Marinelli left a message on September 15, 2017:
Dearest Sue,Laura Katie and family My deepest sympathy goes out to you all. I remember so many great times we all had together May the memories you hold so dear bring you comfort during this time. Lisa Marinelli
Vincent Perrella left a message on September 14, 2017:
Sincerest Sympathy To Lou's Family. So sorry for you loss.
Jim and Pat Fielder left a message on September 14, 2017:
We are so, so very sorry for your loss. Our prayers and best thoughts are with you Sue, Katie, Michael, Laura and Tim as you go through this incredibly difficult time. There are no words that can express our sorrow for Louie's departure from your lives. We will all miss his wonderful spirit and zest for life.
Woolley Boglioli Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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